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KHQ - "The person I was before would probably never hang out with who I am today... I was a jerk." Comedian Drew Lynch reflected on where he's come after recovering from a baseball accident that left him with a stutter. Instead of letting his speaking challenge bring him down, he's turned it into a positive by finding the humor in it. Lynch's performance and words from the heart won over the audience right away.

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